Mahindra Mojo ‘Mountain Trail’ registrations open
Words by Abhishek Wairagade
After the Jungle Trail which happened in the month of April, the Mahindra Mojo’s Raising Trail campaign now heads to the mountains. The Mountain Trail, scheduled to flag-off from Delhi on July 24 will be a 2700 km journey, running over a span of 15 days and will conclude on August 7 at Chandigarh. A registration fee of Rs 42,000 would be applicable to all the participants. An early bird discount is on offer as well.
The Mountain Trail will enable the riders to avail the opportunity to discover Mahindra Mojo’s true potential and explore its touring capabilities. The route has been strategically planned in such a manner that the riders get to face challenging horizons. Beginning from India Gate, the riders would pass through Manali to get to the scenic Rohtang Pass. Main attractions include Khardung La (Highest motorable road in the word), Siachen Base Camp, Nubra Valley, Magnetic Hill, Pangong Lake, Kargil and Sonamarg. The riders will also be hosted with several activities such as camping, bonfire, dumb charades and may also get to witness the making of cricket bats. They will be encouraged to share their riding experiences along the journey. A certificate of completion would be presented to all the participants at the end of the campaign.
The Mountain Trail will be followed by Coastal Trail and Desert Trail in the months of September and December, respectively. Interested riders can register for the event on Mahindra Mojo’s website or on the mobile app.
Mahindra has been actively organizing riding events for Mojo owners since the bike’s launch to initiate a sense of a riding group, a la Royal Enfield and Harley-Davidson. The Mojo has really good touring capabilities; its mature ride and handling setup along with a capable engine makes it a comfortable mile munching machine.